Future of Web Design 2014 Ticket Giveaway (ended)

Win a free 2-day conference pass (8 – 9 April, 2014) to the Future of Web Design London conference 2014, worth £595 (approx. $940).

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In this giveaway you can win a free 2-day conference pass to the Future of Web Design London conference in April 2014 (conference days: 8 – 9 April, 2014), worth £595 (approx. $940).

The 8th annual Future of Web Design conference is returning to the Brewery in London to bring you the very best in web design. This conference offers huge doses of inspiration from established and rising stars in the web design industry, as well as creative challenges, practical guidance, a rousing attendee party, relaxed networking opportunities, and delicious catered lunches, snacks, and coffee. Topics covered include responsive design, mobile, CSS3, HTML5, JavaScript, Interaction Design, UX, and more.

The workshop day is on April 7 and the conference days are on April 8 and 9.

Here are just a few of our sessions:

The Zero Interface: Use Zero-Based Thinking To Maintain Simplicity
By Stephen Hay

Beautiful (& Responsive) Web Typography: Designing for Readability & Meaning on the Responsive Web
By Jason Pamental

UI, Animation and the Future of Interaction
By Rachel Nabors

Designing From the Ground Up: Approaching, Prioritizing, and Executing Design
By Jon Setzen

About Future of Web Design

Future of Web Design has been producing web design conferences for nearly a decade. FOWD is intimately familiar with the trends, technologies, and stars that make the web beautiful. Our two-track events mean you always have a choice — you’re not locked into one room and one track. And we record every session for all attendees, so you’ll never miss a thing. As always, content is king.

One of the two stages at FOWD London 2013
One of the two stages at FOWD London 2013
The UX panel chats about ethics, workflow, and other concerns
The UX panel chats about ethics, workflow, and other concerns
FOWD London 2013 opening keynote speaker Seb Lee-DeLisle dazzles with a mentos and coke inspired JavaScript animation
FOWD London 2013 opening keynote speaker Seb Lee-DeLisle dazzles with a mentos and coke inspired JavaScript animation
Joe Leech on how neuroscience affects the user experience
Joe Leech on how neuroscience affects the user experience
The FOWD London graffiti wall
The FOWD London graffiti wall

The Prize

The prize of this giveaway is a 2-day conference pass to the Future of Web Design London conference on April 8 and 9, 2014, worth £595 (approx. $940). Please note that the ticket does not include the workshop.

How to enter

What you have to do for a chance to win is:

  1. Leave a comment below and tell us why you’d love to attend the conference.
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  3. Please only participate if you can really attend the conference.

    Good luck!

    This giveaway ended on February 5, 2014 at 3 p.m. GMT+0.

    The Winner

    We are very happy to announce that Christopher Cuevas won the ticket to the conference! Congratulations, Christopher, we hope you’ll enjoy it 🙂

    Thank you all for participating!

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  1. Since I work for one of the most downloaded app, I’d really love to attend the FOWD 2014 here in London!

  2. Since making the transition from print to digital I have never looked back – finding out out about his conference fuelled my creativity even more. Firstly because of Jason Pamental, and secondly – the future is digital.

    “Simplicity is about subtracting the obvious and adding the meaningful”

  3. Having graduated from Leeds University doing New Media back in 2010 and having gained “enough” experience in the industry, me and my mate from the same course have decided and are currently in the process of starting out our own studio. We have no capital investment and we will be operating primarily using my spare bedroom as a work studio. The only investment we have are the tools that we personally own and currently use, the knowledge and experienced we’ve gained, time that we can dedicate and faith in ourselves that we will somehow make this attempt in making our dream come true work. Being able to attend FOWD will let us gain an insight into the current world of web design outside of what we know and be able to see its projected future. This in turn will hopefully let us gain a Level-Up to help us make our dream a reality.

  4. I’ve never participated in a FOWD and I’d like because I’m very interested in the trends that develop in the world of graphic design and web design and to know so many cool people who are passionate about web design.

  5. I would like Slovenia to feel the power of proffesional web design guidelines from FOWD. I’ll do my best.

  6. Someone awesome here would LOVE to join the most awesome conference, and make the future of web design to be more awesome in 2014.
    Really appreciate to have the opportunity to go!!!
    ME! ME! ME!

  7. I’m extremely interested to learn more about web design and how to improve my skills. Currently a college student and this event would give me a competitve edge over some of my colleagues 😛

  8. I would love to attend the conference. I’ve been designing / developing for well over ten years. The latest trends in web development and rich media have been astounding. I hope the conference would shed light on future trends regarding website development, mobile technology and digital media for entertainment and communication globally.

  9. Being a foreign citizen (from Russia) in France for a year, I can definitely say that I probably won’t get the chance to go to one of those things ever again. I’ve been doing web design for three years (eight months officially as a freelancer), completely self-taught, and currently, I’m actually the only web designer I know! So, multiple reasons: finally network and get to know people from the industry, get their feedback (and get bashed), as well as keep up with current trends, which is probably one of the hardest things in any profession.